CXO (Top Healthcare Administrator)

CXO (Top Healthcare Administrator)

The CXO or top healthcare administrator is responsible for essentially every aspect of the hospital, its staff and its performance (both clinically and financially). His/her role spans all departments and phases of the care continuum.

The GD solution set brings substantial mobile telemedicine, automation, notification, documentation and communications capabilities to the hospital and its staff. In turn, the hospital and EMS organizations can reduce costs, increase productivity and enhance patient outcomes by streamlining pre-hospital and hospital care and communication.

 

  • Responsible for delivering the best quality of patient care
  • Setting and following standards for operational excellence
  • Hire and retain qualified staff
  • Implement clinical procedure and policy
  • Safeguard required compliance with State, Federal and CMS regulations as well as hospital policies
  • Deliver strong financial performance
  • Hospital staff and EMS can anticipate, initiate, accelerate and visualize patient care.
  • The acute care team can shave time from prehospital transport, handoffs and ED diagnoses.
  • Medical staff is able to focus on treatment rather than technology, and GD empowers doctors, nurses and specialty physicians with mobile access to the ePCR and EMR. This boosts overall morale and satisfaction as the staff is more mobile and empowered with real-time data.
  • Administration can develop and institute customized workflows to ensure staff follows protocols and procedures.
  • A secure communication system is created between select hospital staff and EMS personnel, thereby protecting patient information, increasing HIPAA compliance and mitigating risk. All data is HL7 compliance protected. Furthermore, with video recording, patient refusals can be captured and stored for later recall if necessary to avoid lawsuits.
  • GD’s tools help administration improve productivity across the board, thus realizing new cost and time savings. In many cases, hospitals can reduce staffing levels in the ED and save thousands on fewer false lab activations.

Additional Benefits

  • Improve patient care
  • Reduce medical error
  • Reduce false activations
  • Mitigate medical liability
  • Reduce costs
  • Increase productivity
  • Resolve disputes
  • Identify workflow improvement areas
  • Prove treatment refusal
  • Increase overall profitability and productivity
  • Assess quality assurance accurately and easily